I ran into a problem today where a script failed with the following logic:
The Kix32 was version 4.66. I determined that the country's decimal point was "," and not ".". This was kind of a surprise as I thought things generally worked internally and I only needed to deal with LOCALE-specific formatting during output.
When I ran a test script - "1,0 * @KIX" I get an error, but "1.0 * @KIX" returns "4" and not "4,66" or "4.66". I've switched my logic to , but I'm concerned about other math operations.
I'd appreciate any insight on properly formulating expressions for international use.
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